John G. Wofford

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Gaitskell Asks Neutral Central European Zone

Mr. Gaitskell will deliver his final lecture in Sanders Theatre tonight at 8 p.m. on problems confronting Western foreign policy

Pusey Says University to Grow Naturally, No Hasty Expansion

President Pusey yesterday played down the implications which the new alumni campaign might have for immediate expansion of the College,

Wyzanski Turns Down Post As United Nations Delegate

Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr. '27, President of the Board of Overseers and Federal District Judge for Massachusetts, disclosed yesterday that

Freshman Advising Program May Mean Much -- Or Nothing

W ELL, I went to see my adviser, who helped me select my studies for the yea. That is, he

Bowles Claims Parties Avoid Important Issues

Chester Bowles declared last night that neither political party in the 1956 election is likely to center debate on the

Gandhi's Sword in Alabama

Thousands of Negroes in Montgomery, Alabama, are engaged in one of the most significant experiments in U.S. race relations as

Creative Critic

A compulsive concern with things creative may contrast strangely with an intense interest in varsity basketball and football, but for

Regional Studies: A War Baby Grows Up

Surrounded by Victorian fireplaces, mammoth sky-lights, and an unused swimming pool, the administrators of the University's three Regional Studies Programs

Hanson States Need for Uniformity In College Exemption Requirements

The largest problem in the first year of the College's Advanced Standing program was the difficulty of making Harvard's course